Citation: Gryph. "Pleasant and Enriching: An Experience with 4-AcO-DMT & Bupropion XR (exp100948)". Erowid.org. Jul 13, 2016. erowid.org/exp/100948
Yesterday I decided that I would finally test out the batch of 4-AcO-DMT that I received a few days ago. My prior drug use includes: alcohol, marijuana, amphetamines, alprazolam, LSD, psilocybin mushrooms, nitrous, MXE, salvia, oxycodone, hydrocodone, codeine, cocaine, heroin, methylone, 6-APB, MDPV, 2C-I, and 2C-E.
0:00- I emptied my 100mg packet of 4-AcO-DMT and split it up into 10ths with a credit card. I know that this was not the best idea, but no scales were available to me at the time. I pressed one of the estimated 10-15mg piles onto my index finger and placed it on my tongue, washing it down with some iced tea.
0:20- I started to feel a very ' shroom-like' come up. I suggested to my girlfriend who was trip-sitting me that we go to the local park while I wait for the substance to kick in. At the park, I began to notice distortions in the grass and trees, and when we left about 10 minutes later, I noticed some slight patterning on the dashboard.
0:40- We arrived back at my house and the patterning became more evident, but was not nearly as prominent as the patterns that I would see on an a 2C-E trip. I attributed this to the dosage. Another thing I found interesting was that the 'patterns' I saw were somewhat sporadic and asymmetrical, which differed greatly from my previous psychedelic experience. I observed medieval-type patterns that consisted of lions, birds, and fleur-de-lis designs in my girlfriends leggings and shirt. These hallucinations were the extent of my OEV's.
1:30- Headspace became noticeably 'trippy' and reading was becoming increasingly difficult. We decided to head a town over to go to an ice cream shop. We stopped to get gas on the way there and when I went inside to pay, the cigarette rack looked as if It were pushing each row of boxes in and out. Everything had a beautiful gold-ish hue as well.
2:00- I had assumed that this trip would be relatively mild, but on our way to the ice cream store, my head suddenly became heavy and my sense of gravity began to distort. I felt a sensation that can only be described as disassociation. This was accompanied by a tingly feeling that ran all along my upper torso. I described this feeling to my girlfriend as if 'someone had dumped a vat of 'icey-hot' on my chest'. I felt as if I was just my brain and the body I was wasn't mine, but just a tool that my brain had taken over.
I felt as if I was just my brain and the body I was wasn't mine, but just a tool that my brain had taken over.
It's hard to describe this sensation accurately, but that's the best I can do.
2:30- We go from the shop back to the park to smoke a few cigarettes. This nagging feeling of my consciousness detaching itself from my body grew stronger. I didn't want to freak out my girlfriend, but I also didn't want to fight the drug, so I just closed my eyes. I began to feel a pulling sensation at the top of my head, and before I knew it, I was viewing my girlfriend and I from behind as I floated upwards. I am amazed that I was able to get this effect on a moderate dose, but surprisingly enough, I wasn't scared at all!
3:00- We got back to my house and the body buzz from the compound persisted. My Mom had arrived home, but I wasn't even really scared to interact with her like I normally am on psychedelics. When my Mom went downstairs, we turned on the TV and watched the end of Law Abiding Citizen.
4:00- The movie ended and I was pretty much back to baseline at this point.
4-AcO-DMT is a very interesting substance, even at moderate doses. The afterglow from my trip lasted for the rest of the night and was one of the most peaceful, euphoric feelings I have ever experience. I viewed life from a much more positive perspective and appreciated things that I used to take for granted. I am very eager to try 4-AcO-DMT again at a higher dosage.
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